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Sultry: Burlesque performer Olivia Bellafontaine got Piers Morgan's temperature rising with her seductive routine on America's Got Talent last night
Piers Morgan was left blushing last night whilst attending to his judging duties on America's Got Talent.
The 46-year-old was captivated as a burlesque performer did a risqué routine on the family talent show, which made it's return to the TV screen.
Sexy Olivia Bellafontaine got both Piers and fellow judge Howie Mandel's temperatures rising with her seductive routine.
In a feather and fringed revealing black two-piece outfit, the brunette whipped up a frenzy with her sensual moves and lasso style whip.
The judges were almost rendered speechless by the end of the routine, especially Mandel, who struggled to find the words as his wife watched on from the crowd.
'Hahaha, I have a dilemma... My wife and my daughter are sitting right there, so I don't want to say how much I liked it.' Howie said.
Blushing: The performance certainly got Piers's temperature rising
'I don't quite have that dilemma as my wife is in a different country at the moment!' Piers laughed.
With the support of third judge Sharon Osbourne, the sexy brunette got through to the next round with a 'yes' from each judge.
The sixth season of America's Got Talent kicked off with eyebrow-raising acts from the sublime to the ridiculous.
Kicking off in the city of dreams, Los Angeles, the judges were hoping to find some hopefuls to compete to be next star who will claim the top prize of $1,000,000 and also a chance to headline a show in Las Vegas.
Sharon opened the reality show by asking host Nick Cannon about his personal life at home with his wife Mariah Carey.
The 58-year-old, who was dressed in a simple black suit and wore her flame red-hair perfectly coiffed, asked the rapper and actor how he was going a being a dad to his newborn twins, Monroe and Morocco.
'What I want to know is what it is like to be a daddy,' she asked.
Frightening: Gasps were drawn when Frank Miles juggled live stun guns which added up to a collective 1.5 million volts in current
'It's amazing, thank you for asking. It takes talent to be a father, I figured that out,' he replied.
As always, there were laughs, tears and even screams, from both the audiences and judges as they endured a slew of auditions.
Gasps were drawn when Frank Miles juggled live stun guns adding up to a collective 1.5 million volts in current, while standing in some water.
The middle-aged man pulled the dangerous stunt off without a hitch, clearly impressing the terrified judges.
'That was great, that was dangerous, it was funny, it was unique,' said Howie.
Pushing limits: The performer took it one step further when he stepped into a bucket of water
'Can we assume Frank, if we bring you back will their be more attempts to kill yourself on the show? Then in that case, yes', joked Piers.
Frank Olivier, 50, a unicycle rider also did a juggling act, but this time his weapon of choice was flaming torches.
The over-excited performer held onto Howie's bald head as he tried to manoeuvre the one wheeled bike.
Close to to burning the judge's cranium with the flame, Howie begged the fellow judges to press their buttons to stop the act.
Shocked: Sharon and Piers were left on the edge of their seat during the death-defying act
You nearly infected his head, you nearly burnt him and you scared him... In short you have become one of my favourite acts ever,' Piers laughed.
A shocked Howie simply refused to vote, but the performer got through after a 'yes' from both Piers and Sharon.
The talent show would not have been complete without some sort of animal involved, and Debbie didn't disappoint with her pet parrot Danny, who had the audience in fits of laughter.
With little instruction from his owner, the little green bird mimicked words like 'shut-up' and even impersonated noises that other birds and a cat make.
Entertaining: The talent show wouldn't be complete without some sort of animal involved and Debbie and her pet parrot Danny had the audience in fits of laughter
Piers stood to his feet, clapping and impressed, when the bird guessed that Debbie was impersonating a chicken after she made a clucking noise.
'That is the most intelligent animal I have ever seen in my life,' he exclaimed.
After Debbie revealed that she also had parrots that painted and read minds, all three judges put her through to the next round.
The three judges were also particularly taken by nervous pianist and singer, Ryan Andreas, 34.
Impressed: Piers stood to his feet, clapping and clearly blown away with Debbie's act
The IT expert impressed them with his raspy rendition of Sarah McLachlan's ballad, Angel.
As the audience gave him a standing ovation, the shy musician was close to tears.
'Well I have to say you blew me away!' said Sharon.
In danger: Frank Olivier, a unicycle rider also did a juggling act, but this time his weapon of choice was flaming torches that nearly burnt the head of judge Howie Mandel
All judges voted yes to the gracious family man.
Getting no love from the audience nor the judges was 54-year-old John Jacobson.
The over-enthusiastic music teacher annoyed the judges as he attempted to teach the audience how to do his Double Dream Hands Dance.
Crass: A man who did arm-fart impressions of the judges farts, made the crowd laugh, but the act was just too grotesque
Even though one of his instructional videos on YouTube had over two million hits, he was meet with boos from the audience and no ticket to Vegas.
The judges did however put through Landon Swank, who put on a Vegas-inspired magic show for the crowd.
With his disappearing girl in a box act, the judges put the handsome 26-year-old from Alaska through to the next round.
Victory: A 12-year-old Samoan-style fire dancer got through to the next round
Impressive: A troupe of break-dancers called Illuminate, who performed in the dark with light suits was definitely a highlight of the night
Over in Atlanta, a slew of performers also turned up the heat.
In particular, a group of 24 Latino dancers called the Miami All-Stars, who all moved in unison with sexy flare, and a trio of adorable kids called SH'Boss Boys who memorised the crowd with their rapping and dancing.
Little Young J melted the hearts of the judges when he revealed that if he won the show, 'he would buy a big, big house and put kids in there who don't have a home.'
No dice: A dancing troupe of senior citizens in nappies attracted boos from the crowd
Among those booted out in the auditions in both Los Angeles and Atlanta, were a dancing troupe of senior citizens in nappies, a man who does arm-fart impressions of the judges farts, and a robot-style dancer who fell off the stage.
Also going through to the next round were a 12-year-old Samoan-style fire dancer, another magician and a troupe of break-dancers called Illuminate, who performed in the dark with light suits.
The special outfits were controlled by their choreographer through a computer, leading to stunning shapes and formations.
Piers was partcularly blown away by the routine.
'That is probably the most single most exciting audition I have seen on this show,' he gushed.
And for a bit of light-hearted fun Morgan and Cannon also got on stage for a sword fight, after taking the swords off a husband-wife team.
Banter: Morgan and Cannon also got on stage for a sword fight after taking the swords off a husband-wife team
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